Morton Street Mews Under Construction Park View DC

Morton Street Mews

Morton Street Mews Under Construction Park View DC

777 Morton Street NW DC 20010

Morton Street Mews won ANC approval in late 2014 and is moving on through the remainder of its pre-construction phases. The 25 unit, 3-story project of ten ‘townhouse style’ 2 and 3-level condominiums will sit at the corner of Morton Street and Sherman Avenue in the Columbia Heights/Park View neighborhood of Washington DC, replacing the former Trinity A.M.E Zion Church designed by architect William Sidney Pittman (1875-1958) and the adjacent lot later owned by Iglesia Ni Christo Church. Two new construction buildings will face each street and two alleyways will be created-one for pedestrian use and one for vehicles-between the buildings.

Developers originally planned to retain less than 50% of the existing church structure but have since refined their plan to restore the church facade to its original condition, including removing formstone covering the original masonry, repairing and repointing the brick and restoring the church’s two turrets. The church will then be integrated with new construction. Get full details on Morton Street Mews


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